Northamptonshire Directory of Local Websites, Clubs, Groups & Associations
If you want to join or find out about a specific club. group, association or website within the Northamptonshire area, this directory aims to cater for you.
In the near future we will be compiling various categories to house each listing and the following info will be included for each entry into the free directory if required:
(Aswell as anything else you may want included)
If you want me to list your site, club or group for free just email me and i'll add you!
|PO BOX 7139|
Telephone 07933 859604
Boasts the largest visual art event in the county, each year you are invited to the artist's houses where you can view the art in many forms and of many disciplines. The art is also showcased within galleries, pubs, shops and many other public arenas throughout the year within Northamptonshire, for more details phone for a brochure of all upcoming events or visit the website: http://www.openstudios.org.uk/
Towcester & District Art Society
The Society is a small group of amateur artists living and working in and around the Northamptonshire area. The society members cater to differing styles and genres so there's sure to be something to please everyones aritistic taste.
For a gallery of local artists work (some of which is for sale), aswell as upcoming exhibitions: http://www.towcesterart.com/
Northamptonshire County Golf Club
"A course with a very good pedigree and offers a great golfing challenge all year round, a gem!" (Top 100 Golf Courses)
Northampton Church Photos
This is a webpage dedicated to pictures of the churches throughout the county, aswell as other architecture that may be of interest.
Recreational Groups & Clubs
Nene Valley Probus Club
The Nene Valley Probus Club is for gentlemen who have retired or are about to retire from PROfessional or BUSiness occupations. Aiming to promote friendship and fellowship amongst members, and activities for their mutual benefit. They do not raise money for charities and exist solely to enjoy themselves.
View their website for more details and upcoming meeting dates: Oundle Probus Club
A friendly Monthly Luncheon & Social club for over 55’s
Semi or retired businessmen who can enjoy the company of
fellow professionals in a relaxed atmosphere.
The Club welcomes new members
to join this long established meeting of diverse and
enjoying a convivial atmosphere.
Superb meals and speakers on matters
serious, topical and entertaining.
Outings to places of interest along with partners are an
of the club and Christmas time sees the annual
with accompanying entertainment.
All meetings take place in the pleasant surroundings of the
The Sunley Management Centre
Boughton Green Road, Northampton.
first Thursday in the month (January 2nd Thursday).
Daventry District Council
Daventry District Council provides essential local services for Daventry District, supporting the daily needs of residents, businesses and visitors.
Vintage Northamptonshire Photos
Footsteps Northamptonshire Index
The website above has a comprehensive collection of old photographs of Northamptonshire, I'm reliably informed they have a further 125+ images to be added to the county in the near future..
St Thomas More Catholic Primary School
Northampton Road, Kettering, Northamptonshire, NN15 7JZ
Telephone: 01536 512112 Fax: 01536 512112
E-Mail Address: email@example.com
Northamptonshire Business Services
Northamptonshire Business Services are part of Northamptonshire County Council and offer a comprehensive ‘one stop shop’ training provision with the objective to source and supply highly effective business training and development solutions for your company.
Tel: +44 01604 237834
+44 01604 237713
Conveniently placed within 20 minutes of 3 Motorway junctions and is within easy reach of Brackley (3miles) Banbury, Northampton, and Milton Keynes.
Postcode NN13 5TW
There are just over 200 households in the parish, of which all but a few are in the village itself. There are 437 residents on the Register of Electors for 2003 and the local authority's current estimation of the total population is about 510, compared with 427 one hundred years ago.
Employment within the parish is small, being provided by the farms, the stables, the boarding kennels, the care home, the public houses and the garage but there are a significant number of self-employed residents, some of whom work from home.
The village is well served; it has a church, a post office, a village hall, a school, a garage, two public houses, an active Neighbourhood Watch scheme, public transport, daily newspaper delivery and a magazine, Gayton News, which is published five times a year. Mobile facilities include a milkman, a butcher, a fishmonger, a grocer, a greengrocer, a library and a hairdresser.
Find out more about Gayton here http://www.gayton-northants.co.uk/
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Cambridge Hotels The Royal Cambridge Hotel in Cambridge is perfect for a short break, family holiday or relaxing weekend stay from which to explore the areas many attractions whatever the time of year.